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5. 6. 7. 8. Means, Standard Deviations and Correlations. D. 05. 01. differences in the sample of 193 firms. Firm performance is positively correlated with the VSR constructs, as expected, and negatively correlated with firm size and age. Firm size and age also are negatively correlated with variation and selection, but positively correlated with retention. Moderate positive correlations exist among the three main VSR constructs. The positive correlation between variation and retention is consistent with the idea that these activities are reinforcing rather than opposing.
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Some variance overlap may exist among the independent variables, given their moderate correlations. 4 in all cases). RESULTS Table 2 reports the results of the hierarchical regression analysis. We begin by discussing the linear effects for variation and selection. Model 2 shows a positive and significant relationship between firm performance and variation. 01. The next two models add first-order selection and retention effects, respectively. The coefficient for selection is positive and significant and the coefficient for retention, while positive, is not significant.
Research in Competence-based Management. Volume 2. Managing Knowledge Assets and Organizational Learning by Sanchez R., Heene A.